6'2'' / 252 lbs
Landry recorded six tackles and two sacks in Sunday's 28-23 win over the Falcons.
Landry tallied at least one sack for the second consecutive game, bringing his total on the campaign to four. His first sack of the contest was particularly impactful, as he took down Desmond Ridder on a third-and-goal play late in the first quarter. Overall, Landry has had a slow start to the season but has at least four tackles in each of the last three weeks.
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Landry registered three tackles (one solo), including a sack, in Sunday's 27-24 win over the Chargers.
Landry was able to bring down Justin Herbert for his first sack of the 2023 campaign. The linebacker had a career-high 12 sacks in 2022 and he'll look to build off of his Week 2 performance moving forward.
Landry (abdomen) is active for Sunday's game against the Saints,
Landry logged a full practice Friday, so was trending in the right direction to take the field to begin 2023. He'll occupy a key role as a pass rusher and should be on the field for nearly all the defensive snaps.
Landry (abdomen) was a full participant at practice Friday but is listed as questionable for Sunday's game at New Orleans, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
Full participation at practice Friday signals Landry is on the 'probable' end of the questionable designation for Week 1. He'll be looking to replicate a 2022 season in which he saw the first double-digit sack total of his career.
Landry (knee) could see the field in Friday's preseason finale against the Patriots, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.
Landry has practiced continuously without a brace on his knee since training camp kicked off, so he has seemingly not seen any type of setback. Tennessee is hoping he can return to the same form that led the team with a career-high 12 sacks in 2021. He has had an intense rehab process over the past 11 months after suffering an ACL tear, and appears to be on track to a healthy start for 2023.
Landry, who missed all of 2022 after tearing his ACL before the start of the season, told reporters Friday that he is feeling "ecstatic to be back," Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
Landry said the rehab from his ACL injury was "a long process," but felt motivated by seeing others who were able to return to form after suffering the same injury. Landry was rewarded with a five-year, $87.5 million contract in March of 2022 after being selected to the Pro Bowl for the 2021 season, where he led the team with 12 sacks which also ranked 10th in the NFL. Now that he's back, Landry will help lead a formidable Titans defensive front alongside fellow Pro Bowl defensive end Jeffery Simmons and outside linebacker Arden Key, who signed with the team in March after spending the 2022 season in Jacksonville.
The Titans are not placing Landry (knee - ACL) on the PUP list to begin training camp, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports.
Landry is recovering from a torn ACL sustained Sept. 1 last year. He missed OTAs, but coach Mike Vrabel said Tuesday "it looks like [Landry's] ready to go" for training camp. Vrabel also hinted that Tennessee could take a cautious approach to Landry's involvement, because he's experienced enough to "just need some individual work, some third-down work." As long as he can avoid any setbacks and keep progressing in the right direction, Landry could have a chance of being available for the Titans in Week 1.
Landry (knee) didn't participate in spring practices but has been around the team facility rehabbing, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
The 27-year-old pass rusher suffered an ACL tear Sept. 1 last year, shortly before the start of the regular season. Landry still projects as a starting outside linebacker for the Titans and could return to practice at some point during training camp. He's recorded 31 sacks and 66 QB hits in 64 regular-season games since the Titans took him in the second round of the 2018 NFL Draft, peaking in 2021 with career highs of 75 tackles and 12 sacks en route to his first Pro Bowl.
Landry (knee) wasn't present Tuesday at OTAs, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.
Landry continues to rehab from a season-ending ACL injury he suffered ahead of the 2022 campaign, and his return timeline remains unclear. Defensive coordinator Shane Bowen said Landry has been around the team this offseason and present for meetings after leaving the team to recover from surgery last year, per Paul Kuharsky of PaulKuharsky.com. The 2018 second-round pick had a career-high 12 sacks across 17 games during the 2021 season and will presumably provide a huge boost to the Titans' defense whenever he's cleared to suit up.